Spectacular- that case is an RGM staple and looks perfect on a sufficiently nourished and developed wrist- The watch is way to large for the diminutive model, that's not the fault of the lugs. Fuck- the crown is 1/3 of the way to the last knuckle of the model's middle finger for fuck sake.
That being said, it was not said to say that the watch doesn't look like shit on that anti-Cental Casting model, photographed in such a terribly horrible fashion (primarily- 2'ish are good shots). I'm certain the kid would look great in his size 12 1/2 X 41 shirt, 25 1/2 X 38 slacks and 31 xtra long suitcoat, the sonofabitch.
The requisite wide angle lens points of view that have innervated product photography- as seen in the wrist shots and a couple'a others using the all the current rage 35mm lens don't help any, either. Wrong model, staging and photography for the product, undoubtedly the work of a relative. And that being said was not said to say that the 35mm lens doesn't have it's place in the proper application and subject matter; Proctology.
A brief note about the incursion of the 35mm lens: Fuck video.
Edit- While the enamel looks cool, compared to the Seiko Presage line's ancient muushi-ishi (whatever) process, well, but, Murphy is second to none with the engine turning, guilloche (/ɡəˈlōSH/ --- 2 syllables GODDAMMIT), that is. It's the old school, real deal, dying craft executed on restored vintage engines.
Watching video of this guy, or from Breguet, or VC, even though you're watching the machine turn and the metal curl off of the part, it's as though the pattern materializes out of nowhere. I'm pretty sure RGM engine turning vids are on the board- good stuff if you have a minute.
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